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Study: Children Born Too Early Have Lower Reading and Math Scores

Children born too early may have lower test scores in school, according to a new study published in Pediatrics. Even babies who are technically born full-term — at 37 or 38 weeks — do worse than those who are delivered later. Although a pregnancy is considered full term at 37 weeks, at which point experts [...]
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